Scientists discover radiation leak '100,000 times normal level' from Russian nuclear sub wreck
Thursday, 11 July 2019 (
6 days ago)
Scientists have identified a radiation leak on the wreck of a Russian nuclear submarine that sank in Arctic waters in 1989.
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Sunken Soviet-era submarine found leaking radiation
BEAR ISLAND, NORWAY — Researchers from Norway and Russia have discovered radioactive leakage from a Soviet-era nuclear submarine wreck in the Norwegian Sea.
The Komsomolets sank in the ocean in..
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